In the past years, we have learned a great deal with regards to techniques and technologies related to adult reconstruction. Innovative approaches and strategies to arthroplasty continue to evolve, even though many critical principles remain the same.
We are glad to announce that the book Lung Cancer is accomplished and launched recently by the AME Publishing Company.
Annals of Translational Medicine is endorsed by the international Inspire2Live Patient Advocates organization
From February 1, 2015, Annals of Translational Medicine is endorsed by the international Inspire2Live Patient Advocates organization.
The Ming-Yi Medical Charity Foundation of Guangdong Province endorses Annals of Translational Medicine
We are glad to share with you a good news that Annals of Translational Medicine is endorsed by the Ming-Yi Medical Charity Foundation of Guangdong Province (figure 1) from February 1, 2015.
From January 15, 2015, Annals of Translational Medicine (ATM) is endorsed by the Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation (ALCF).
On September 5, 2014, an email arrived from beyond the oceans to tell us that Annals of Translational Medicine (abbreviated to “ATM”) has been officially covered in PubMed.
The editorial team of Annals of Translational Medicine is attending the following conferences in 2014. Your joining us will be warmly welcomed.
The editorial team of Annals of Translational Medicine will attend the ASTRO 2013 Annual Meeting at Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, on September 22nd to 25th.
Postdoctoral positions are available immediately within the Digestive Disease Research Center (DDRC) located within Scott & White Hospital, Texas A&M Health Science Center to work in the areas of hepatobiliary stem cell genetics and liver regeneration signaling.
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are about 13 million new cases per year, and 8 million deaths annually, which account for 13% of all human deaths. This mortality figure is projected to rise to 12 million by 2030.